Landslide in northeast India kills 16 Heavy rains triggered the landslide
Eastern Eye Staff
A huge landslide has hit a camp for construction workers in a remote part of northeast India, killing at least 16, police said. Heavy rains triggered the disaster in the Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh, which lies on the Tibetan border and is claimed in part by China. The workers, who were building a hotel, were asleep when the landslide hit their camp in Tawang district, more than 10,000 feet (around 3,000 metres) above sea level. “Sixteen bodies have been recovered by police and emergency workers. One more is feared trapped under the debris,” said Anto Alphonse, superintendent of police…
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